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The territory was divided into two zones, A and B, along the Morgan Line established in Zone A covered almost the same area of the current Italian Province of Trieste, except for four small villages south of Muggia see below , which were given to Yugoslavia after the dissolution see London Memorandum of of the Free Territory in The final border line with Yugoslavia and the status of the ethnic minorities in the areas was settled bilaterally in with the Treaty of Osimo.

This line now constitutes the border between Italy and Slovenia. During the Austro-Hungarian era, Trieste became a leading European city in economy , trade and commerce , and was the fourth-largest and most important centre in the empire, after Vienna, Budapest and Prague. The economy of Trieste, however, fell into a decline after the city's annexation to Italy at the end of World War I.

But Fascist Italy promoted a huge development of Trieste in the s, with new manufacturing activities related even to naval and armament industries like the famous "Cantieri Aeronautici Navali Triestini CANT ". As a consequence, Trieste was a mainly peripheral city during the Cold War. However, since the s, Trieste has experienced a certain economic revival.

The city is part of the Corridor 5 project to establish closer transport connections between Western and Eastern Europe, via countries such as Slovenia, Croatia , Hungary , Ukraine and Bosnia.

The thriving coffee industry in Trieste began under Austria-Hungary , with the Austro-Hungarian government even awarding tax-free status to the city in order to encourage more commerce. Some remnants of Austria-Hungary 's coffee-driven economic ambition remain, such as the Hausbrandt Trieste coffee company.

As a result, present-day Trieste boasts many cafes, and is still known to this day as "the coffee capital of Italy". Companies active in the coffee sector have given birth to the Trieste Coffee Cluster as their main umbrella organization, but also as an economic actor in its own right. Two Fortune Global companies have their global or national headquarters in the city, respectively: G and Allianz BIT: Prominent companies from Trieste include: Minors children aged 18 and younger totalled This compares with the Italian average of The average age of Trieste residents is 46 compared to the Italian average of In the five years between and , the population of Trieste declined by 3.

However, in the last two years the city has shown signs of stabilizing thanks to growing immigration fluxes. The crude birth rate in Trieste is only 7. Since the annexation to Italy after World War I, there has been a steady decline in the Trieste's demographic weight compared to other cities. In , Trieste was the 4th largest city in the Austro-Hungarian Empire 3rd largest in the Austrian part of the Monarchy.

In , Trieste was the 8th largest city in the country, [41] in the 12th largest, [42] in the 14th largest, [43] while in it dropped to the 15th place. The particular Friulian dialect , called Tergestino , spoken until the beginning of the 19th century, was gradually overcome by the Triestine dialect of Venetian a language deriving directly from Vulgar Latin and other languages, including standard Italian , Slovene , and German.

While Triestine and Italian were spoken by the largest part of the population, German was the language of the Austrian bureaucracy and Slovene was predominantly spoken in the surrounding villages. According to the census, the proportion of Slovene speakers amounted to They were the largest linguistic group in 10 of the 19 urban neighbourhoods, and represented the majority in 7 of them including all 6 in the city centre.

Of the 11 villages included within the city limits, the Slovene speakers had an overwhelming majority in 10, and the German speakers in one Miramare. A small proportion of Trieste's population spoke Serbian about 1. This dialect and the official Italian language are spoken in the city, while Slovene is spoken in some of the immediate suburbs.

The largest autochthonous minority are Slovenes , but there is also a large immigrant group from Balkan nations particularly nearby Serbia , Albania and Romania: Serbian community consists of both autochthonous [48] and immigrant groups. In , Lonely Planet listed the city of Trieste as the world's most underrated travel destination. The Castello Miramare , or Miramare Castle, on the waterfront 8 kilometres 5 miles from Trieste, was built between and from a project by Carl Junker working under Archduke Maximilian.

The Castle gardens provide a setting of beauty with a variety of trees, chosen by and planted on the orders of Maximilian, that today make a remarkable collection [ citation needed ].

Features of particular attraction in the gardens include two ponds, one noted for its swans and the other for lotus flowers, the Castle annexe "Castelletto" , a bronze statue of Maximilian, and a small chapel where is kept a cross made from the remains of the "Novara", the flagship on which Maximilian, brother of Emperor Franz Josef , set sail to become Emperor of Mexico.

The Castel San Giusto , or Castle of San Giusto, was designed on the remains of previous castles on the site, and took almost two centuries to build. The stages of the development of the Castle's defensive structures are marked by the central part built under Frederick III , the round Venetian bastion , the Hoyos-Lalio bastion and the Pomis, or "Bastione fiorito" dated The ruins of the temple dedicated to Zeus are next to the Forum, those of Athena's temple are under the basilica, visitors can see its basement.

The Roman theatre lies at the foot of the San Giusto hill, facing the sea. The construction partially exploits the gentle slope of the hill, and much of the theatre is made of stone. The topmost portion of the steps and the stage were supposedly made of wood. The statues that adorned the theatre, brought to light in the s, are now preserved at the town museum. Three inscriptions from the Trajanic period mention a certain Q. Petronius Modestus, someone closely connected to the development of the theatre, which was erected during the second half of the 1st century.

In the entire Province of Trieste , there are 10 speleological groups out of 24 in the whole Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. Trieste has a lively cultural scene with various theatres. The Slovenska gospodarsko-kulturna zveza - Unione Economica-Culturale Slovena is the umbrella organization bringing together cultural and economic associations belonging to the Slovene minority.

The University of Trieste , founded in , is a medium-size state-supported institution with 12 faculties, and boasts a wide and almost complete range of courses. It currently has about 23, students enrolled and 1, professors. Trieste also hosts the Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati SISSA , a leading graduate and postgraduate teaching and research institution in the study of mathematics, theoretical physics, and neuroscience, and the MIB School of Management Trieste , one of Italy's top-five business schools.

There are three international schools offering primary and secondary education programs in English in the greater metropolitan area: The city also hosts numerous national and international scientific research institutions. The local calcio football club in Trieste is Triestina , one of the oldest clubs in Italy. Trieste is notable for having had two football clubs participating in the championships of two different nations at the same time during the period of the Free Territory of Trieste , due to the schism within the city and region created by the post-war demarcation.

Triestina played in the Italian first division Serie A. Although it faced relegation after the first season after the Second World War, the FIGC changed the rules to keep it in, as it was seen as important to keep a club of the city in the Italian league, while Yugoslavia had its eye on the city. In the championship of next season the club played its best season with a 3rd-place finish. Meanwhile, Yugoslavia bought A. Ponziana , a small team in Trieste, which under a new name, Amatori Ponziana Trst , played in the Yugoslavian league for 3 years.

At the end of the season, the team, now trained by coach Eugenio Dalmasson, won promotion to the Lega Basket Serie A , Italy's highest basketball league. Many sailing clubs have roots in the city which contribute to Trieste's strong tradition in that sport. The Barcolana regatta , which had its first edition in , is the world's largest sailing race by number of participants.

Local sporting facilities include the Stadio Nereo Rocco , a UEFA -certified stadium with seating capacity of 32,; the Palatrieste , an indoor sporting arena sitting 7, people, and Piscina Bruno Bianchi, a large olympic size swimming pool. Trieste has been portrayed on screen a number of times, with films often shot on location in the area.

In the early neorealist Alfa Tau! Cinematic interest in Trieste peaked during the height of the "Free Territory" era between and with international films such as Sleeping Car to Trieste and Diplomatic Courier portraying it as a hotbed of espionage.

These films, and the later The Yellow Rolls-Royce conveyed an impression of the city as a cosmopolitan place of conflict between Great Powers , a portrayal which resembled that of Casablanca Italian filmmakers, by contrast, portrayed Trieste as unquestionably Italian in a series of patriotic films including Trieste mia! The city hosted in the first International Festival of Science Fiction Film Festival internazionale del film di fantascienza , which ran until Trieste's maritime location and its former long term status as part of the Austrian and, between —, Austro-Hungarian empires made the Port of Trieste the major commercial port for much of the landlocked areas of central Europe.

In the 19th century, a new port district known as the Porto Nuovo was built northeast to the city centre. There is significant commercial shipping to the container terminal, steel works and oil terminal, all located to the south of the city centre. Railways came early to Trieste, due to the importance of its port and the need to transport people and goods inland.

It approaches Trieste through the village of Villa Opicina , a few kilometres from the big city but over metres feet higher in elevation. Due to this, the line takes a 32 kilometres 20 miles detour to the north, gradually descending before terminating at the Trieste Centrale railway station.

The two stations were connected by a railway line that in the initial plans had to be an interim solution: Rive-Bahn , but which survived until , when it was replaced by the Galleria di Circonvallazione , a 5.

Triest Staatsbahnhof , later Trieste Campo Marzio -now a railway museum-, and the original station came to be identified as Trieste stazione della Meridionale or Trieste Meridionale German: This railway also approached Trieste via Villa Opicina, but it took a rather shorter loop southwards towards the sea front.

Freight services from the dock area include container services to northern Italy and to Budapest, Hungary , together with rolling highway services to Salzburg, Austria and Frankfurt, Germany. The Mestre railway hub offers further connecting options with high-speed trains to Rome and Milan.

Passenger trains also run between Villa Opicina and Ljubljana. The airport serves domestic and international destinations and is fully connected to the national railway and highway networks. The Trieste Airport railway station links the passenger terminal directly to the Venice—Trieste railway thanks to a meter long skybridge.

A 16 platform bus terminal, a multistorey car park with lots and a car park with lots give public and private motor vehicles rapid access to the A4 Trieste-Turin highway. In the southern direction, this highway also offers seamless interconnection to Slovenia 's A1 Motorway , and through that to highway networks in Austria , Hungary , Croatia and the Balkans. Local public transport is operated by Trieste Trasporti , which operates a network of around 60 bus routes and two boat services.

They also operate the Opicina Tramway , a hybrid between tramway and funicular railway providing a more direct link between the city centre and Opicina. The average amount of time people spend commuting with public transit in Trieste e Gorizia, for example to and from work, on a weekday is 49 min. The average distance people usually ride in a single trip with public transit is 4.

In recent years, Trieste was chosen to host a number of high level bilateral and multilateral meetings such as: Trieste is twinned with:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the asteroid, see Tergeste. For other uses, see Trieste disambiguation. Names of Trieste in different languages. History of Trieste and Timeline of Trieste. Imperial Free City of Trieste. Battles of the Isonzo and Julian March. Free Territory of Trieste. Trieste Centrale railway station.

List of people from Trieste. List of twin towns and sister cities in Italy. The named reference http: National Institute of Statistics Italy. Retrieved 29 December An introduction to the Indo-European languages. Retrieved 6 December A ghost in Trieste. University of Chicago Press. Schriften zur slavischen Altertumskunde und Namenkunde.

In Kommission bei O. Retrieved 11 December Rivista Ligure in Italian. Retrieved 28 June Archived from the original on 4 March Retrieved 20 May Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, pp. Historisches Jahrbuch der Stadt Graz in German. None of these ever made it to a discussion on the floor of the House - not least due to the explicit influence and strident opposition of the Catholic hierarchy which often spoke up on political issues with an ethical resonance.

In September , the European Parliament approved a new resolution on human rights against discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. Each member state had to confirm it would work to abolish any form of discrimination - legislative or de facto. Grillini introduced proceedings in Parliament on 8 July based on legislation already existing in Denmark. That day same, Grillini introduced the bill in Parliament; it ultimately failed but had been supported by parliamentarians from the centre-left.

During the electoral campaign, the then leader of the opposition, Romano Prodi , promised to give legal rights to de facto couples if elected. Prodi's left-of-centre coalition subsequently gained power and in February the Government approved a draft bill to recognise domestic partnerships under the name DIritti e doveri delle persone stabilmente COnviventi DICO English: Rights and duties of stable cohabitants.

The bill proposed to give unmarried couples, including same-sex couples, health and social welfare benefits, and provide an entitlement to inherit after a couple has been living together for at least nine years. Prodi's own fractious coalition.

Delays meant the bill could not reach the floor for a conclusive vote. A demonstration was held in Rome on 10 March in support of the legislation and in order to avoid it being forfeited by Mr Prodi.

Thousands of activists waved alarm clocks in the air, signalling it was high time for such a law. Some government officials such as the Minister for Equal Opportunities, Barbara Pollastrini , and the Minister for Social Solidarity, Paolo Ferrero took part in the demonstration and were later criticized by Mr Prodi for their participation.

Police sources claim that about , people went to the demonstration, including some Catholic government ministers such as Clemente Mastella and Giuseppe Fioroni. The Pride parade had a strong political flavour, as LGBT associations meant it to be a response to the opposition demonstrations. Nevertheless, in February , an early election was called, thus dissolving the incumbent Parliament, and all pending legislation died in committee. Although the governing majority The People of Freedom - Lega Nord of the Berlusconi Government was elected in May without promising any improvement for same-sex couples' rights, some party MPs such as Renato Brunetta , Minister for Innovation and Public Administration, Lucio Barani and Francesco De Luca attempted to act independently and submitted legislation to the Parliament.

Mutual rights and duties for cohabiting partners was introduced, but was unsuccessful. If it had been adopted, it would only have been akin to "unregistered cohabitation", as it did not provide for a public registry system. The Monti Government did not enact any legislation recognising same-sex relationships. There were, however, a number of significant developments in the Italian judicial system. In , a same-sex couple from Venice sued the local administration for denying them a marriage licence.

The case was referred by the Tribunal of Venice to the Constitutional Court concerned at a possible conflict between the Civil Code which does not allow for same-sex marriage and articles 3 of the Italian Constitution which forbids any kind of discrimination , and article 29 which states an ambiguous gender-neutral definition of marriage.

The Constitutional Court ruled on April 14, that the statutory ban on same-sex marriage was not a violation of the Constitution. In January , the Court of Cassation reversed a lower decision which stated that an EU citizen married to an Italian citizen of the same sex was not permitted to stay in Italy, because they were not a family according to Italian law. In , the courts considered the case of a same-sex couple made up of an Italian man who married an Uruguayan citizen in Spain.

Even though the Court's judgments are not binding outside the case decided, lower courts find those judgments persuasive. Whereas the Parliament remains free to introduce same-sex unions or not, the verdict paves the way for such unions to be equivalent to marriage in all but name and for judges to recognize individual rights to cohabiting couples.

In May , the Italy of Values political party Italia dei Valori became the first party to announce publicly that it would push for same-sex marriage.

We invite other Italian parties to support gay marriage. In July , the Democratic Party approved its platform on civil rights, including the recognition of same-sex unions. The secular wing of the party tried to get a vote on its motion on marriage for same-sex couples , but it was stopped by the Civil Rights board. Only the Democratic Party and SEL pledged its support to same-sex relationship recognition during the political campaign. This rule was already in effect for heterosexual partners for decades.

The registration occurred in Milan and the couple was registered in the local civil union register approved in The Equalities Minister, Josefa Idem PD , then announced she would introduce a parliamentary bill which would recognise same-sex unions and cohabitants rights. On 15 December , the newly elected secretary of the Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi , announced that the party would work on the recognition of same-sex relationships.

During the political campaign for the election of the new party secretary, Renzi identified the solution previously used in the UK and known as civil partnerships although Britain subsequently introduced marriage for same-sex couples in Renzi initially planned a discussion in September , and without the use of a government decree, nor of a confidence motion, that would accelerate the debate.

The bill was under the Senate's Justice Committee and it was delayed several times due to the New Centre-Right filibustering.

The bill would have guaranteed the same benefits reserved for marriage, but it would have been available to same-sex couples only. Furthermore, stepchild adoption was included while joint adoption wasn't, based on Germany 's registered life partnerships. It was supported by a large majority: Some MPs opposed stepchild adoption, while others demanded same-sex marriage.

On 9 February , the Supreme Court of Cassation upheld the judgement of the Constitutional Court , by stating that opening marriage to same-sex couples was not unconstitutional, nor was it a constitutional right, but a Parliament decision only, as well as introducing civil unions or civil partnerships. Since the Constitutional Court has made its own interpretation of the Constitution, the Supreme Court could not raise questions of constitutionality on this matter.

On 10 June , the Chamber of Deputies , which is the lower house of the Italian Parliament, passed a motion that obliged the Government to approve a bill regarding civil unions between persons of the same sex. All the major parties presented different motions, and all were rejected except for that of the Democratic Party.

Italy , ruled that Italy violated the European Convention on Human Rights by not recognising same-sex couples' right to family life. On 7 October , a bill establishing same-sex civil unions and gender-neutral cohabitation agreements was submitted to Parliament.

It had its first reading in the Senate on 14 October However, despite having a free vote, Renzi wanted the bill to be approved as soon as possible.

On 25 February , the bill was approved by the Italian Senate in a vote. The bill passed to the Chamber of Deputies where a vote was expected no earlier than mid-May. During the nocturnal session of 19—20 April, the Committee sent the bill to the floor for the general debate. On 27 April, House parties' speakers decided to start the debate on 9 May and to end it on 12 May. On 11 May, the Chamber of Deputies approved the bill by to 51 votes in favour, with 99 abstentions.

Opponents announced they would push for a referendum to overturn the civil union law. In Italy marriage is restricted to opposite-sex couples, marriages performed abroad are not recognized. On 9 April , the Civil Court of Grosseto ordered that a same-sex marriage contracted abroad be recognised in the municipality. The order was then voided by the Court of Appeals of Florence. In , the Italian Interior Minister Angelino Alfano ordered all prefects to annul all registrations made by mayors recognising same-sex marriages celebrated abroad, arguing that the Italian Civil Code makes no mention of same-sex marriage and so any attempt to recognise it is therefore illegal.

Alfano subsequently appealed to the Council of State , Italy's highest administrative court. In October , the Court reversed the judgement; ruling that it is within the role of prefectures to ensure all public acts are legal. Thus all registrations of same-sex marriages made abroad cannot be recognised in Italy and must be cancelled. They promised to take an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights if necessary for violating the Italian Constitution.

On 31 January , the Italian Supreme Court ruled that a same-sex marriage, conducted between two women and performed in Nord-Pas-de-Calais in France , must be recognized in Italy.

The Court refused to hear the case of the mayor of the small town of Santo Stefano del Sole , who was attempting to appeal an earlier sentence passed down from the Court of Appeal of Naples, in which the marriage was officially recognized.

One of two women has the right to claim Italian citizenship jus sanguinis. Thus, refusal to recognize the union was seen as being in direct violation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union , of the fundamental rights of European citizens, of the right of free movement for citizens throughout the member states and, lastly, of the basis of non-discrimination.

On 14 December , the European Court of Human Rights ruled that Italy's refusal to legally recognise the marriages of same-sex couples married abroad violates the couples' rights to respect for private and family life.

The 6 couples, of which, 3 married in Canada , 2 in the Netherlands and 1 in California sought to have their marriages registered in Italy but Italian officials had refused, citing a order by the Ministry of Internal Affairs which said same-sex marriage is "contrary to the norms of public order.

On 5 June , the European Court of Justice ruled that all EU countries that do not recognise same-sex marriages including Italy must legally recognise such marriages performed in EU countries where they are legal, and grant same-sex couples in which one partner is an EU citizen full residency rights. Furthermore, the Court ruled that the term "spouse" is gender-neutral, and that it does not necessarily imply a person of the opposite sex. From July to late August , 12 same-sex civil unions were performed in Italy.

Turin performed one civil union, with 50 more ceremonies planned for the coming months. In Milan , 6 civil unions were performed with another planned.